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Brown Rice and Apple Breakfast

Hi, Susan:

I have been thoroughly enjoying the posts on your Daniel Fast website and am pleased to share with you a discovery I made just this morning for breakfast (this is for an individual serving):

1 cup cooked brown rice
fresh apple (cut up into bite size pieces – to taste)
raisins (to taste)
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspooon 100% pure edible coconut oil

Mix all the ingredients together in a microwave-safe bowl (except the oil), heat for 2 minutes. Add oil, stir and Eat! It is delicious!

You could probably add soy milk to this, but I don’t like soy milk so I didn’t and it was just as tasty (and filling! 🙂

Thank you for this opportunity to share and for your awesome ministry.

God Bless!

Renee Hastings
a.k.a. Daniel Fast Blog Friend

51 Comments Post a comment
  1. Daniel Fast Team #

    Hi Rhaps,
    There are no scriptures in the Daniel Fast that specify the number of times to eat or when to eat daily during the fasting period. However, we need to keep in mind that this is a fast and portion control and the eating sensibly is appropriate. So, eating three meals and two snacks would be the typical. Crushed maize is fine, just watch what’s in it and what goes on top. Be Blessed!

    February 7, 2013
  2. Rhaps Keakohile #

    Hi,I am on Daniel Fast,I started last week I’ve been eating fruits and vegatables during the day,so I want to find out if there is a time to eat or I can eat anytime for as long as I am hungry and can I eat any amount?In south Africa we eat crushed maize and eat it {porridge}is it also allowed?

    Thank you and God bless

    January 31, 2013
  3. Diane Sherlock #

    Delicious! Thank you for posting

    August 14, 2012
  4. Daniel Fast Team #

    You are very welcome Beth!

    March 8, 2012
  5. Why are people taking a tone or being downright rude?

    Thank you Susan for taking the time to respond to our questions — even some of them that are easily answered if folks took a moment to search.

    March 7, 2012
  6. Hi KC,

    During your Daniel Fast you will start to read the list of ingredients in prepared foods so you can find out if they are acceptable. Vegetable and canola oil are fine – however for health reasons you will want to use olive oil most often. Unsweetened soy sauce that is free of chemicals is allowed. All whole grains are allowed, so your whole wheat pasta is likely okay, but again you will want to read the ingredients. I use a pasta and the only ingredient is 100% Duram whole wheat flour. It’s a Kroger brand product.

    Read the ingredients in the baked beans you are considering, but my guess is that they have sweeteners.

    I hope this helps! Be blessed on your fast!

    March 9, 2011
  7. KC #

    I am curious if several ingridients are allowed:
    -Whole Wheat Pasta (w/ durum whole wheat flour)
    -Soy Sauce
    -Baked Beans
    -Veg. Oil
    -Canola Oil
    And also…what do you recommend as a butter alternative?

    Baltimore, MD

    March 8, 2011
  8. Daniel Fast Team #

    Hi Tameka,
    That just sounds like the ‘Allergy” warning that all companies must place on their packaging when those items are being packaged in their company as well as the cinnamon. This doesn’t mean they are in the ingredients list, so your cinnamon is fine for the fast.

    January 27, 2011
  9. Tameka #

    Hi I have a question… The ground cinnamon that I have says may contain traces of milk, eggs, wheat and soy… So is this not allowed… I see a few recipes have cinnamon in them.

    January 24, 2011
  10. Mary Ellen #

    Thank you so much Susan. It is whole wheat so I am blessed.

    June 20, 2010
  11. Matzo is fine, but it’s best to use the whole wheat variety.

    June 20, 2010

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